It’s a happy news from the rider’s world. American Suzuki Motor Corporation has announced that they has set apart a contingency plan consisting of more than USD 18,000 for amateur racers riding Suzuki models at the Annual Ricky Carmichael Daytona Amateur Supercross.
ASMC or American Suzuki Motor Corporation has put forth a contingency amount of more than USD 18,000 for amateur racers riding Suzuki models at the prestigious third Annual Ricky Carmichael Daytona Amateur Supercross. The race has been scheduled for March 11 – 12. Two complete days of amateur racing at Daytona International Speedway is the highlight of the event.
ASMC amateur race support manager Pat Alexander is very enthusiastic about the new development. He said that celebrated racer Ricky Carmichael has had a very fruitful and long relationship with American Suzuki. He further added that ASMC is so enthusiastic to support Carmichael’s race. He said that ASMC is offering double contingency this year from this year onwards. Suzuki’s support, this year will be in full affect as the Corporation is giving double contingency.
According to Alexander, in order to keep the competitors in maximum racing shape they will have their trackside support ready.
Apart from the double contingency for the event, Suzuki riders will be assisted by Suzuki with its amateur trackside support team. Suzuki is also excited about a training session named Suzuki Camp Carmichael, which will be coming soon. Suzuki will be sampling some basic information about this event.
Alexander has said that Suzuki is so much enthused about the prospective of Suzuki Camp Carmichael. He wants to share the immense capability and acumen of Carmichael with the amateur riders. The Suzuki-supported Motocross and Supercross teams have been benefiting from Carmichael’s experience and advice.
He added that the aim is to make Suzuki Camp Carmichael an only-one-of-its kind and never-before experience in which riders can have training with the GOAT at his own private training ground at Florida. He is calling on the amateur riders to get their bikes ready, and to race, as 2012 is a year where one has to be on Suzuki.
Races and practices will be longer this time around as there are enough additional class options. This will provide racers extra track time. The striking feature about RCSX class module is meant in such a way that young riders will get ride on 50cc bikes. Supercross format will be followed in the. The race will be different from the Loretta Lynn Ranch schedule as riders is not required to get qualified at other similar races for taking part in the Daytona event.
ASMC’s comprehensive Contingency Program for 2012 will be announced soon.